Willow Smith has a complex personality. They are astir with contradictory impulses and desires, some of them imperious. Although Willow’s rational mind is highly developed and seems to be the source of motivation for their behavior, the most significant realm of Willow’s psychology is their subconscious. Therein, a conflict between understanding and feeling is raging, between the psychological functions of thought and sensation (C.G. Jung’s terms). Until this conflict subsides, Willow might feel a sensation of emptiness. They are troubled by and unable to explain this feeling, which leads Willow to adopt an attitude of doubt and skepticism. This conflict, and its various ramifications, are the main obstacle to Willow’s individuation. Willow’s task consists of becoming the master of the energies of their subconscious, and developing their consciousness in terms of the hidden and invisible. Willow’s evolution will occur through a series of metamorphoses and rebirths. However, at certain points in Willow’s life, despite Willow’s caution and clear thinking, Willow finds themselves in situations they neither desired nor planned, as a result of explosions and eruptions of the elements fermenting in Willow’s psyche. Willow always survives the worst physical, emotional, or intellectual tests, however, fairly unscathed, because of Willow’s ability to be reborn and start afresh.
As a partner, Willow might struggle to make compromises. Willow may appear frosty and distant at times, and Willow has a taste for challenging, provocative remarks. With Willow, as well as with others, Willow is sometimes excessive and complicated. In a discussion, Willow will express strong, honest opinions. In crisis situations, Willow wishes for Willow’s efforts to be noticed. Willow is obsessed with the problem of death. Willow tends to believe it holds the secret of life – that death can be overcome.
Sometimes Willow’s anxiety about death is expressed as a search for answers – how can one learn to live with death, how can one detach oneself from the past and its flesh-curdlingly morbid realities… Decay, immobility, ultimate delivery – these images, which are all symbolically associated with death, sometimes haunt Willow.
Intellectually, Willow has powerfully developed intellectual faculties which yield the maximum effectiveness for Willow’s behavior. Deductive, analytical, prospective, Willow is at once a researcher, a detective, and a scientist. Willow is fairly introverted, and Willow’s discrimination tends to direct Willow toward the spheres of inner life. Willow is astute at drawing rational parallels between phenomena of different origins. Willow’s love life will be subject to desire and passion. But since Willow is more aroused by ideas and fantasies, Willow may experience lulls in intensity. When Willow yield to Willow’s penchant for emotional upheaval and Willow’s desire for coercion and pleasure, Willow may find themselves sailing into the teeth of a hurricane-force gale.
Willow Smith is highly aware of psychological, metaphysical, or mystical questions. The future may hold a complete psychological metamorphosis in store for her.
Willow Smith derives great rewards from every source of pleasure or creation (physical, artistic, or emotional). Willow has a penchant for speculation.
At the time of Willow Smith’s birth, her rising sign was located in Gemini (the Twins), while the sun was passing through the sign of Scorpio (the Scorpion). A summary of the various clues mentioned above provide her personality profile. The following key words capture the essence of her character and indicate certain contradictions which may create tension:
Need for contact – Pugnacity – Mental agitation – Charisma – Frivolity – Dignity – Dilettantism – Shrewdness – Immaturity – Concentration – Communication – Positivism – Inner duality – Common sense.
Although her mind is disciplined and straightforward, logical and analytical, she is endowed with critical faculties and a remarkable sense of paradox. In fact, she enjoys plying humor, irony, and sometimes sarcasm.
Her keen insights and incisive observations are her main mental qualities, along with a subtle sense of judgment. It is entirely up to her to apply these virtues and take advantage of them in various social activities.
It would be good for her to rein in any destructive criticism in relation to herself as well as others.
Born three and a half to seven days after the rising of the new moon, Willow Smith is said to be a “crescent moon” lunar type. This “soli-lunar” configuration indicates that Willow may need to make an effort to free herself from the past. Something related to her childhood, parents, or ancestors is holding her back, impairing her effectiveness and could stand to be overcome.
Due to Willow’s past, she refuses tried-and-true models, is always fighting to justify her innovative viewpoints, and tends to break away from tradition. Willow is hardly ever aware that she is making career and lifestyle choices which are based on an urge to modify her relationship to society, and the rigid standards and models from the past.